Shakespeare Unplugged 2 adapts Shakespeare’s most powerful and influential work, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark to stage the making of reality and delusion. Set in a post-modern society dominated by multi-media, the play recounts Hamlet’s struggle regarding self, identity, and the love affair of his mother and uncle. The red sofa is the main set on stage. Massive use of recording (DV in Hamlet’s hand recording the present and a TV hung in mid air displaying the past/illus ional) symbolizes relationship between gazing and being gazed. This symbolic act further actuates the ambivalence in making memory in the 21st century.