Wow, that's the kind of work that I want to see coming from critcs. He tells us what works and doesn't work about the art and why, and how it relates to other similar art.
I also really liked his explanation of how privilege can cause this kind of problem: 'I don't see racism therefore it doesn't exist', etc., and how the white male guys can constantly interrupt the colored woman in a privilege double-play without even realizing it.
It also shows a lot of self-awareness from the critic author. If I had been in that Q/A session he talks about, I probably would have felt very uncomfortable, but I wouldn't have picked up how the white males were able constantly interrupt the woman but not vice versa. Or if I had watched the production, I would (hopefully) again have felt uncomfortable, but I probably wouldn't have consciously noticed how many times racial slurs were used.