2017 brought two new staff members to our team. Help us welcome them to the Rialto Theater!

Steve Lemmon, Rialto Theater Manager

I have had the distinct pleasure of spending a lifetime immersed in music and the arts. My career began as a touring musician, which led to a desire to produce and engineer music. I opened Spiral Studios and grew the business into one of Utah’s longest-tenured, and most well respected, commercial production facilities. Several years ago, I became the Director of Programming Arts at Dixie State University where my diverse experiences and accumulated skills were put to use guiding multiple concert series. I am thrilled to bring my lifelong love of music and the arts to Loveland where I will be starting as the new Theater Manager for the historic Rialto Theater and the Foote Lagoon Summer Concert Series. I have a vision for expanding the Arts and intend to embrace and support local art and music. I look forward to working with the various community groups that perform at the Rialto Theater. Joining me on this new adventure will be my beautiful wife, Tamara, our four children, our golden retriever, and our rehabilitated feral cat. Our family enjoys skiing and fly-fishing together and looks forward to new adventures in beautiful Colorado.


Jess Killingsworth, Marketing Coordinator

Hello and happy New Year! I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Jess Killingsworth and I am the new Cultural Services Marketing Coordinator. I will be leading the marketing efforts for the Museum, Rialto, and Art In Public Places.

I bring over 15 years of marketing, event promotion, and nonprofit experience to the City of Loveland. In addition to earning my BA degree in Communications from Texas Tech University, I have worked in leadership roles at a large international nonprofit organization, an entertainment management company, and a record label, all of which were located in Nashville, TN.

I am excited to work for and in a city that has such a vibrant arts culture. I hope to be able to build on the positive presence and reputation the Museum, Rialto, and AIPP already have in our community.

If you visit the Museum, please stop in and say hello!