Amy Ryan and Zoe Kazan are among the cast of the Roundabout Theater Company’s Off Broadway production of  “Love, Love, Love,” the play by Mike Bartlett, the British playwright whose recent Broadway outing “King Charles III” was nominated for a Tony Award.

Richard Armitage (“The Hobbit,” “Hannibal”), Alex Hurt and Ben Rosenfield (“Boardwalk Empire”) also star in the show, to be directed by Michael Mayer (“Spring Awakening,” “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”). The storyline of the play, which premiered in London in 2012, centers on the relationship between a man, a woman and the man’s brother, tracing their lives as the world changes between 1960s and the 1990s.

Ryan (“Central Intelligence,” “Bridge of Spies,” “Gone Baby Gone”) previously starred in the 2005 Roundabout revival of “A Streetcar Named Desire” starring Natasha Richardson. Kazan (“Olive Kitteridge,” upcoming HBO series “The Deuce”) has stage credits that include “Angels in America” and “A Behanding in Spokane.”

“Love, Love, Love” is part of a Roundabout season that also includes a new translation of “The Cherry Orchard” by “The Humans” author Stephen Karam and a new musical version of “Holiday Inn,” among other. The New York nonprofit is coming off a strong season that saw a number of its productions rake in a slew of Tony nominations, including the just-closed “She Loves Me,” “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” with Jessica Lange and “The Humans,” which originated at the Roundabout prior to its move to Broadway.