We recently took a tour of The Fox Theatre. it is a magnificent building, full of interesting architecture and with a fascinating story behind it. HOWEVER, the tour was supposed to be an hour long. Our tour guide, who possessed a wealth of information but had no idea how to organize it or present it, went on and on and on. Much of her information was interesting, but there were way too many personal references. We really did not want to hear about her trips to see shows with her perfectly behaved angelic grandchildren, nor did we need to know about every show she's ever seen there, nor were we interested in where her seaon seats were or how much she had paid for them. 90 minutes into our one-hour tour I asked her how much longer she was going to be. She was offended by my question and got very testy and snippy with me. Others in our group thanked me for asking, as they were getting weary of the tour by then as well. We stayed another 10 minutes, but by then it was obvious that she was just going to do what she wanted, so we left. I understand that the guides are volunteers, but The Fox really needs to get control of them so as not to drive people away from the tours.