O menestrel maldito no caminho da censura: a trajetória política de Juca Chaves entre a sátira musical e o show solo de humor (1960 - 1979)
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
This dissertation seeks to analyze part of the public life and comical production of Juca Chaves, a Brazilian artist who maintained a conflicting relationship with the Federal Censorship in the 1960s and 1970s. Our purpose is to understand the reasons that led to the repression and boycott of his artistic practice. First, in a period when the Censorship was decentralized and had a reduced power; then, at the moment when the Agency underwent reorganizations that centralized and intensified its operation. This thematic permeates the hegemonic processes of the complex democracy in the early 1960s and the political tension during the Military Dictatorship in Brazil. Juca Chaves' artistic work took shape in two comical languages: musical satire and the humor solo show. His satire contributed to the promotion of a genre of humorous and individual spectacle through which many Brazilian comedians of the time passed. Through the exam of newspapers, autobiographies and, above all, phonographic materials, we hold that Chaves underwent state and market restrictions due to both the sociocultural and political criticism worked out in his oeuvre, and his insubordinate behavior, mainly in the media, notable during his career.
GONÇALVES, M. A. S. O menestrel maldito no caminho da censura: a trajetória política de Juca Chaves entre a sátira musical e o show solo de humor (1960 - 1979). 2020. 223 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em História) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2020.