Micaël Doljnikoff began working in the theatre in 2005 at "Actor's Sud", Marseille's professional and contemporary theatre school where he studied Shakespeare, commedia dell'arte, Rodrigo Garcia, Wim Vandekeybus and Pasolini amongst others. Later in 2007 he studied in Montpellier's professional theatre school "La Compagnie Maritime" where he studied Brecht, Fassbinder and Genet. As well as acting, Mica did design and management work for the company. He was also a founding member of two theatre companies: Zaïr (The Night of Doubt) with Mohamed Messatfa and The Ode (Le Petit Chaperon Uf). In 2011 Mica worked with Celine Pitavy on "Val d'elezion" (inspired by the Theoreme of Pasolini). Mica began working with Free Theatre in 2013.