I think you saw my reply in the Prime Time thread but here it is again, just in case.
I think you're in uncharted territory...
On one hand, kcal needs would be higher since there's no sleep/ down time when the metabolism normally drops (10% or so).
On the other hand, sleep deprivation messes with a person's ability to metabolize carbs well and send the normal hormonal swings ("diurnal rhythms") into disarray. (I sent an article to TC on this in early August, I believe.)
I'm totally guessing here but focusing a bit more on healthy fats (olive oil, etc.) may be helpful to supply calories even in the face of some relative glucose intolerance. To keep energy up, though, I personally might take in some carbs around the time of "activity". Protein is basically always present with meals, so that's no mystery. These are just generalities, I realize.
I can't give any direct advice - not just for my usual liability and responsibility reasons but because I don't think any research has addressed physique issues during sleep deprivation.