According to the flyer, the show also included a bake sale, a video show, and heavy metal aerobics.
A fairly big write-up by Jac Zinder was run in the LA Weekly:
It's said that the spare change that drops out of Sylvester Stallone's trousers can feed a family of four for 10 years. Indeed, a crafty independent filmmaker could probably knock off a small epic with the budget for cheese and crackers on Sly's last film. So it's frustrating when cool films like Steven Hanft's Kill the Moonlight collect dust in a closet for lack of money. A dead ringer for low-budget drive-in films of the '70s in pacing, look, and acting, Moonlight is a twisted comedy that tells the story of Chance, a laconic fishery worker/toxic-waste cleaner whose main goal in life is to get his stock car fixed up. Chance might be a total loser, but one can't help but feel sympathy for him as he gets involved in pathetic money-raising schemes. In an example of life imitating art, after working on Moonlight for four years (at a puny budge of $14,000), Hanft found himself running out of money to strike a final print, and has been trying to raise money to finish it ever since. Tonight he's assembled a winner of a benefit, featuring the ever popular, surrealistic anti-folkster Beck, Queen Bitch Vaginal Davis' transvestite Menudo pop extravaganza Cholita, dissonance-lovin' rockers Further, revolutionary metal-heads for pot rights Rev. Bud Green, Seattle's Tree People and other special guests, plus various short films (including a trailer for Moonlight).