That she’s named after a 19-line poem structure that has its roots in 16th-century Italian dance is curious. But the villanelle, five tercets capped by a quatrain, has often been a vehicle to express obsession and intensity, as it was for poets like Dylan Thomas and Sylvia Plath. And as the show proceeds, Eve and Villanelle become progressively obsessed with one another, lured into ever more dangerous territory by the knowledge that they’re hot on each other’s trails. So hot, in fact, that before they even officially meet one has stolen the other’s scarf.
No termina de parir el cielo.