Perhaps one of the most important playwrights of his period, Joraci Camargo wrote lyrics for successful music want “Favela,” “Mulata Brasileira,” “Guacira” and “Leilão” (with Hekel Tavares), “Mamãe Baiana” (with Xerém), as well as the choro “Quem é?” (with Custódio Mesquita). At 14, Camargo began to are an actor on the Clube 24 de Maio. His initial musical revue was Me Leva, Meu Bem (with Pacheco Fialho). After many revues, he devoted himself to humor, under pseudonyms Ícaro and João Moreno. In 1932, his humor Deus Lhe Pague (staged with achievement until today) brought him popularity and achievement. He published 50 plays.