Let me just say that I think a Shakespeare Moratorium is pretty stupid, although I do think that people should do Shakespeare when they're jazzed about it and not just for scuzz, as it's pretty hard to get right.
I would fully support a five year moratorium on Woyzeck, however. It's unfinished nature really seems to attract the worst impulses in directors, and the number of times it seems to be done a year in no way matches up to its quality, in my opinion. I mean, I like Woyzeck, I really do. I've seen it many times and I was even in it once... but it's place in the cannon owes as much to it being one of the first prose tragedies as its actual dramatic quality.
It's a good play. It's worth doing. But it's not worth doing that much just because you have some crazy ass idea about what would look cool on stage and you can feel justified in doing it because Buchner never finished the thing.