I’m a little late on this news but it’s a fascinating idea. Some of the reasoning in this post seems a little far fetched:
Finally, many plays contain allegories about the Roman-Jewish War. In Midsummer Night’s Dream, Oberon represents Yahweh, who is fighting a war against Titania, who represents Titus Caesar. According to research by Professor Parker at Stanford, Peter Quince is St. Peter, who presides over the collapse of Christianity, in the parody of the deaths of Pyramus and Thisbe. When the Wall comes down it is Apocalypse, and the start of a new Jewish year marked, as in The Zohar, by the distribution of dew.
I’m okay with never solving the mystery of Shakespeare’s work but the idea of those plays being written by a Jewish woman is fascinating. Read the post on Jewcy here.