Welcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

Click here for results of last week's contest: Pink Pill

Results: Forsooth! After British researchers learned that cows exposed to Shakespeare give more milk, we asked you to present a play by the bard altered for a bovine audience. You made your entrance with:

FIRST PRIZE: Such a Moo About Nothing
Mike Weepie, Cedar Rapids, IA
SECOND PLACE: A Comedy of Udders
Edmund Conti, Raleigh, NC

THIRD PLACE: Teatus Andronicus
Tracy Boyko, San Francisco
The Tipping of the Shrew
Christian Dzadek, Fleming Island, FL
Nancy House, Nashville
Othello: The Moo-er of Venice
Danny Rosenmund, Oak Hill, VA
King Steer
Jeffrey Contompasis, Ashubrn, VA
Julius Cheeser
Tamsin & James Smith, San Francisco
The Dairy Wives of Windsor
Maxine Rose Schur, Mill Valley, CA
The Munching of Lettuce
Joy Gorson, Columbia, SC
As You Lactate
Ernest B. Hartley, Boone, NC
Richard the Herd
Brian Pierce, Terryville, CT
Richard the Curd
Ed Chang, Seattle
Four Stomachs of Verona
Michael Slawski, Fairfax, VA
Old Macbeth Had a Farm
James Richards, Los Angeles
Romano and Juliet
Ryan LaPointe, Toledo, OH
Romeo and Mooliet
Malika Harris, Evansville, IN
Ruminant and Jersey Vet
Barry Cutler, Palm Desert, CA
A Midsummer’s Light Cream
Deb Petruzzi, Phoenix
Two Gentlemen of Velveeta
Sarah Coughtrie, Oregon, OH
Eat More Hamlet
Becky Finn, Collingswood, NJ
King Richard 2%
Glenn Gall, Bel Air, MD
As You Lick It
Gary Greene, Greenfield, MA
Pasture for Pasture
Aviva Jacobs, Culver City, CA
The Merchant of Angus
George Maglaras, Whitestone, NY
A Winter’s Tail
Ryan Gilmore, Columbus, OH
Twelfth Gallon Night
Mike McVay, Langley, VA
Big MacBeth
Mayo Oppenhimer, Richmond, VA
All's Well That Ends Medium Well
Amy LeBlanc, Scott, LA