"Lynn Nottage may well be the one black playwright of whom it cannot be said that she amassed her many awards on her race and gender." -John Simon, reviewing By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
If I read that correctly, his choice of words ("the one black playwright") means he's lumping in August Wilson and Derek Walcott in there along with Lorraine Hansberry, Suzan-Lori Parks, etc. (though "race and gender" slightly confuses the issue).
He isn't even trying to hide his prejudices anymore, is he?