Well it is jolly to cause a little rumpus but she can't be criticising WS for having a 'white male' antagonist can she? After all WS actually does have other ethnicities in key roles in his plays. And she herself says there are some juicy female roles such as Rosalind to be played. Maybe she should check out the Hamlet thing in Shakespeare Live and have a laugh.
Yeah, sure. White men get to play the role described as "the greatest character ever written", while the best Shakespeare roles women get to play are women whose lives revolve heavily around their men, and black men get to choose between a wife-killer or an out-and-out villain. Shakespeare was very good at many things, but he was NOT good at diversity. Understandable given the period, but things have changed a smidge in the last 400 years.