The words are “What You Will.” The entire title of the comedy is Twelfth Night or What You Will. Why “or What You Will?” As it is with so many of Shakespeare’s plays, there are various opinions for this with one being the second title reinforces the light comic nature of the play. Twelfth Night is the twelfth day of Christmas in England and in Shakespeare’s time it was a great celebration and a time when rules could be broken and boundaries crossed. Hence, “or what you will” becomes an acknowledgment for one doing their own thing whatever that may be. Party on, Bill!