When the stage called, he stood alongside the great actors and directors of his time to create scenarios and posters that, besides representing the staged work, put stones in the way of coturno leaders. This is the case of the poster Dead without Grave, of Sartre, in which Elifas insisted on drawing a guy hanging from a rack of wood. "This has nothing to do with the Nazi occupation of France," cried the officer who seized the posters. "Pau de arara é coisa nossa".
"I belong to a generation of journalists who fought and won the discretion and the horror of the military dictatorship".
"Friends that I still have with a certain nostalgia for a time that had a solidarity uniting the difference".
Elifas Andreato Institute, 2016.