Satirical print on the celebration of the first centenary of the Amsterdam Theater on the Keizersgracht, on January 7, 1738. In the foreground are three Protestant church reformers with texts criticizing the jubilee. Left Martin Luther, middle Menno Simons and right Johannes Calvijn. The text of Menno Simons claims that it would be better to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Peace of Utrecht (1713). In the background the representation of an Arcadian landscape with Apollo and other mythological figures, putti, nymphs etc. Rare.