This performance is a unique example of a visual theatre combined with the essence of the dialectical drone of the first Lithuanian poetry collection „Giesmės svietiškos ir šventos“ (1814).
„Pasvydo“ doesn‘t have a concrete story. The moods and the associations being born in the synthesis of visual and poetry are more important. And the most important is the drama between the relationship of a man, god and nature that combines the layers of the performance into a one continuous artistic material. This performance is rich with means of expression: the spectators have the opportunity not only to get acquainted with the manipulation of puppets and object but also to get to know the elements of shadow theatre and to listen to almost mesmeric poetry.

According to the creator of the performance Aušra Bagočiūnaitė – Paukštienė, this performance is dedicated to people who actually care about the inner life of today’s person. “The values don’t change during ages; maybe sometimes we don’t even notice that, maybe we don’t have the time to. Despite the fact, the primal essence still exists and the world didn’t extinct – it still surrounds us with its’ beauty and everyday changing sunrise and clouds. Usually we don’t have the time for the precious moment of living through the given beauty, to say “pasvydo, pasvydo” (a dialectical Lithuanian word for something that has risen). And probably there will always be someone who will want to say that “my soul is being torn by my life…” as a poet Antanas Strazdas long lived before us has written quoting the Holly Bible in one of his letters”.