I was wondering if this would happen, for real, in my adult lifetime. Ron Rosenbaum reports that the Royal Shakespeare Company has made the decision to drop the long poem A Lover's Complaint from The Complete Works, and to add the relatively recent discovery, To the Queen.
Now, granted, it's not Macbeth or Cardenio. But still, think about what this means - redefining what's understood to be "Shakespearean". I'm not quite sure what I find more intriguing, pointing to one work formerly thought to be Shakespeare and saying "Nope, not Shakespeare", or a formerly unknown work and saying "That is."