1926 – Aloni was born in Tel Aviv, Israel.
1946 – Wrote for the weekly newspaper Ba’Machane.
1948 – Joined the army and fought the Arab-Israeli War.
1949 – After his military service, he was appointed to the editorial board of the periodical B’Ayin and became the literary editor of Ashmoret.
1950 – Went to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem to study History and French.
1953 – His first play, Cruelest of Kings was produced.
1961 – Habima Theater produced his play "The King’s Clothes", which established him as one of the leading playwrights in Israel.
1963 – Wrote and produced the play The American Princess.
1992 – Became honorary fellow of the The Sam Spiegel Film and Television School, Jerusalem.
1996 – Received the Israel Prize for Theatre award.
1998 – Died of stroke in Tel Aviv, Israel on the 13th of June.