Buried Child

What is the author's tone in Buried Child by Sam Shepard?

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The opening of the play sets the tone of the entire play: Dodge is lying asleep or drunk on the filthy worn out couch. The rest of the play has a tone of disintegration and forlorn futility. There is also a sense of tension in the air from secrets buried in the past.